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THHLubberink
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Model number?

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HP Omen 25L
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey hello,

 

I recently bought an omen 25L. it said on the website that it was an GT-1410nd. I been wanting to upgrade to double the memory and needed the productnumber for that. HP's website refers to my pc as an omen 25l gt11-1000a and when i press ctrl alt s it also says this. tho on the box it says GT-1410nd and when i look up the product number i find google results wit GT-1410nd omen 25l computers. they mention the same productnumber in their title. (these are trusted websites)

 

can anyone tell me what i have for a computer caus i need to know this to upgrade my ram.

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@THHLubberink -- just access http://support.HP.com  and then click "Detect my PC".

 

This will download software that will identify your computer.

 

Note: the "14xx" may just be a specific model within the "1000" series, to indicate the various optional parts (RAM, video-adapter, processor).

 

 

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itsmyname
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@THHLubberink -- just access http://support.HP.com  and then click "Detect my PC".

 

This will download software that will identify your computer.

 

Note: the "14xx" may just be a specific model within the "1000" series, to indicate the various optional parts (RAM, video-adapter, processor).

 

 

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